Swallows Rest Bed & Breakfast
Swallows Rest 4* Bed & Breakfast is situated at Martleaves Farmhouse, beautifully constructed in Purbeck stone, in 34 acres of rural land. The area is a registered Nature Reserve noted for its birdlife, with a public footpath leading down to The Coastal Path and a secluded beach at the Fleet Saltwater Estuary.
The Bed & Breakfast accommodation comprises of two double and one twin en-suite bedrooms. Guests have access to the large garden, summe rhouse and field leading down to the sea. We have two resident pet dogs, little Archie and Jemima, and 13 horses. We are located in the Fleet Nature Reserve and our beach is just a 2 minute walk along a footpath down to the sea The famous Crab House Restaurant takes five minutes walk along the coastal footpath, and 10 minutes from there you will arrive in Portland and the Olympic site.
Weymouth town centre and the main sandy beach are less than 2 miles away and here you will also find a variety of dining possibilities from fine harbour side restaurants to traditional fish and chips.
Old Wyke Village is a small village of fisherman's cottages and is home to the Wyke Social Club, All Saints church (which is famous for being frequented by George III during his summer visits to Weymouth) and The Old Albert Pub, a small pub used mainly by the Wyke locals
All bedrooms have central heating, colour TV, hairdryer and complimentary tea and coffee making facilities.
A full English breakfast is served in the dining room overlooking the garden. Local produce is always used and home cooked cakes, jams and chutneys are always available.
Guests have access to the summerhouse and the garden leading down to the sea.
Off road parking is available for 16 cars.
Double and twin rooms from £70 per night. Please call for availability.
We run regular Painting Holidays for all levels of ability with 4/5 hours teaching daily. Holidays are tailored to your needs and run for 3 or 4 days.
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This page was last updated: 06 December 2011